- Associated Press - Wednesday, May 7, 2014

PLYMOUTH, Wash. (AP) - Williams Northwest Pipeline says crews are still cleaning up after the March 31 explosion and fire that damaged a liquefied natural gas storage facility at Plymouth, which is across the Columbia River from Umatilla (yoo-muh-TIHL’-ah), Oregon.

The company’s Michele (Ma-Kay-La) Swaner told KONA (https://www.610kona.com) crews are in the final stages of retrieving liquefied gas from a damaged storage tank.

She says they hope to have the facility operating again by winter, when the demand for natural gas peaks.


Information from: KONA-AM, https://www.610kona.com/

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